An e-mail alias is an email address that uses the very same mailbox along with the primary email. For example, you could have firstname.lastname@example.org as the authentic e-mail address and add an alias email@example.com. Each of the email addresses will be able to share the very same mailbox, so e-mails sent to either one of them will be received in one place. You can use aliases for several purposes, for example getting in touch with different teams of people or registering on websites. If you start getting a lot of spam, for example, you can just eliminate the alias whilst your original mailbox will not be impacted in the least and you'll keep the communication you need. Aliases are often perceived as a replacement for forwarding e-mails from one mailbox to a different one if you work with two or more addresses for contact on your website.
E-mail Aliases in Shared Hosting
Setting up an alias for any mailbox is really easy when you've got a shared hosting
package from our company. This can be done in the Emails part of the Hepsia Control Panel, which is used to control the hosting accounts and it takes no more than a couple of clicks. You are able to create or remove many aliases at any moment and save valuable time whenever you manage the messages for a number of email addresses that you use - for example, various business units in a company or different areas of a web site. In case you get emails from various email addresses in just a single email address, but different people needs to have a duplicate of specific e-mails, you are able to combine the aliases with mail forwarding and/or mail filters, which can be also set up with Hepsia.
E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Servers
You can set up and make use of aliases effortlessly for people with a semi-dedicated server
account together with our company and we take care of the mail service for your domains. It takes a couple of clicks with the Emails area of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to add or delete an alias for any specific mailbox and you'll be able to generate as many aliases as you need for a specific purpose. For instance, for those who run a website with many areas in which you provide multiple services, you can make a unique alias and all e-mails sent for all departments can head to the very same mailbox for easier administration and processing. Naturally, if a portion of the messages are supposed to go to a person responsible for a precise service, you can mix using aliases together with our e-mail filters and email forwarding.